Understanding, appraising, interpreting and summarising evidence regarding diagnostic tests (Part 1)
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Part 1 of the Cochrane Understanding, appraising, interpreting and summarising evidence regarding diagnostic tests course:
"Systematic reviews of diagnostic test accuracy" is a two-day workshop where participants learn to define the diagnostic 'journey' of a patient with a particular health problem (including the role of tests), to formulate clear diagnostic questions and to identify and appraise DTA studies.
To follow this course in conjunction with part 2 (Meta-analysis of diagnostic test accuracy),
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To follow only part 2
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NB: For this course a minimum number of participants is required. On May 15
we will decide whether the course will go ahead. Participants from abroad should take account of this when making travel arrangements.
A full refund will be available if you notify us by email up to 30 working days before the date of the event. Refunds are not available if you cancel your place within 30 working days before the date of the event. The organization does not accept liability for individual medical, travel or personal insurance. Participants are strongly advised to take out their own personal insurance policies. In case an unforeseen event would force the organization to cancel the meeting, the organization will fully reimburse the participants registration fees, but will not be responsible for the refund of travel and accommodation costs.
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For organizational information please contact Inge Kuurman at